© 2015 IBM Corporation
Connected Car Using
IBM Internet of Things
Foundation on Bluemix
Avinash (Avi) Vaidya
Associate Dir...
The automotive industry today faces disruptive
change
It is also supported by our Cars Online 2014 study
2
AutomotiveConnect
Capgemini has the experience to address the key
industry challenges
4
Connected Vehicle:
Making the vehicle a node on your network
5
Technology Used:
IBM Bluemix
&
Internet of Things
IBM Bluemix
7
IBM Internet of Things
8
High Level
Architecture Diagram
High Level Architecture Diagram
10
Register devices
with IBM IoT
Sending Events to IBM IoT application on Bluemix
Topic cr...
Vehicle to Vehicle
Communication
Vehicle to Vehicle Communication:
MQTT offers the possibility of a seamless car2car communication
12
Communication
Low Level Architecture Diagram
Vehicle to Vehicle Communication
13
Register devices
with IBM IoT
Sending Events to IBM IoT...
Location Based
Services
Location-based Services:
Helping the user to experience togetherness and Geofence advertisement
15
Low Level Architecture Diagram
Location Based Services
16
Register devices
with IBM IoT
Sending Events to IBM IoT applicat...
Notices and Disclaimers
Copyright © 2015 by International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). No part of this document ma...
Notices and Disclaimers (con’t)
Information concerning non-IBM products was obtained from the suppliers of those products,...
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Capgemini Connected Car Demo Using IBM Internet of Things Foundation on Bluemix

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Does the buzz about IBM Internet of Things (IoT) and Bluemix makes you curious to see some real-world demos and implementations?

IBM and Capgemini are going to show you the future of vehicle technology, focusing on different ways in which vehicles can be connected using IoT and IBM Bluemix. We’ll demo an app named “Follow your Friend” that lets you connect with and exchange GPS positions with other vehicles.

We’ll also demo “Geofence” for location-based marketing: it knows about the drivers’ needs as they drive and informs retailers about potential customers, so they can push offers to their customer’s vehicle devices (or mobile devices) as they drive by.

Presented at IBM InterConnect 2015 by Capgemini's Avinash Vaidya.

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Capgemini Connected Car Demo Using IBM Internet of Things Foundation on Bluemix

  1. 1. © 2015 IBM Corporation Connected Car Using IBM Internet of Things Foundation on Bluemix Avinash (Avi) Vaidya Associate Director / Head CHROME, Capgemini India Pvt. Ltd
  2. 2. The automotive industry today faces disruptive change
  3. 3. It is also supported by our Cars Online 2014 study 2
  4. 4. AutomotiveConnect
  5. 5. Capgemini has the experience to address the key industry challenges 4
  6. 6. Connected Vehicle: Making the vehicle a node on your network 5
  7. 7. Technology Used: IBM Bluemix & Internet of Things
  8. 8. IBM Bluemix 7
  9. 9. IBM Internet of Things 8
  10. 10. High Level Architecture Diagram
  11. 11. High Level Architecture Diagram 10 Register devices with IBM IoT Sending Events to IBM IoT application on Bluemix Topic creation Sending MQTT Push notification to Devices Storing transactional data Storing reporting Data Generate reports using IBM Cognos service on IBM Bluemix On-Board Devices on Cars Web app on Car Dashboard
  12. 12. Vehicle to Vehicle Communication
  13. 13. Vehicle to Vehicle Communication: MQTT offers the possibility of a seamless car2car communication 12 Communication
  14. 14. Low Level Architecture Diagram Vehicle to Vehicle Communication 13 Register devices with IBM IoT Sending Events to IBM IoT application on Bluemix Topic creation Sending MQTT Push notification to Devices Storing transactional data On-Board Devices on Cars Web app on Car Dashboard
  15. 15. Location Based Services
  16. 16. Location-based Services: Helping the user to experience togetherness and Geofence advertisement 15
  17. 17. Low Level Architecture Diagram Location Based Services 16 Register devices with IBM IoT Sending Events to IBM IoT application on Bluemix Topic creation Sending MQTT Push notification to Devices Storing transactional data Storing reporting Data Generate reports using IBM Cognos service on IBM Bluemix On-Board Devices on Cars Web app on Car Dashboard
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